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What's the best simulater from the most popular 3

 
Firas Zuriekat
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For the purpose of passing SCWCD 1.4 without studying material that's extra (not part of the 1.4 exam objectives), what's the best from the following 3: Ethuware, Whizlabs, CerGears

I did research on the Internet and on the Ranch. The following is what I conclude: (Correct me if I am wrong)

Ethuware - It's mentioned the most by people who score high on SCWCD Exam but doing a search on Google shows no results. So it doesn't seem reputable.

Whizlabs - Very popular on Google Search but people here say it covers much more material than required for the 1.4 exam. For e.g., it partly tests you on 1.3. But I don't want to study material that's not part of the 1.4 exam objectives.

CertGear - It's mentioned a few times on the Ranch. It's reputable but not as much as Whizlabs. It's website says "CertGear's SCWCD Certification Practice Tests Are Based On The Latest SCWCD Certification Objectives"

I know what�s the best book (HFSJ)but what's the best simulator? I wish they could all go on American Idol to make it easier to decide on the best.
[ June 27, 2006: Message edited by: Firas Zureikat ]
 
Sathish Nagappan
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Your search on google did NOT turn up any results because it is not ETHUWARE , it is ENTHUWARE instead. Hence try searching with ENTHUWARE.

Whizlabs is the best simulator , I used that for SCWCD and scored 88%. Why you are guaranteed high marks is that the Whizlabs certification suite has tougher exams than the real SCWCD (Way Way tougher). Hence when you write the real exam , it is a breeze for you.

Enthuware has some wrong questions , I have tried the trial and it does contain some questions which have wrong/ambiguous answers.

Not sure about CertGear, but you cud take up the trial exams if they have any and then try.
 
Firas Zuriekat
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I installed the Demo of Certgear. However, i don't like it because it doesn't have "Notes" section like WhizLabs. It only has questions and answers.

So I'll stick with Whizlabs.

Thanks
 
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